Cody is delighted. Finally, her new friend Spencer and his parents move in with his grandma! Surprisingly, the Spindle, Cody’s strict teacher, likes Spencer and they even listen to classical music together. Who would have thought it?
But Cody does not have much time to ponder about it, when Spencer tells her about the two new girls in his class. One of them has eaten his rubber! What will she eat next? Spencer is very concerned about it, as this is not the only prank. The bigger of the two girls has declared war against them. Ironically, they live next to Spencer’s grandma. What now?
This book is suitable for readers between 7 and 10 years of age.
Tricia Springstubb is the author of Cody and the Fountain of Happiness, illustrated by Eliza Wheeler; the picture book Phoebe and Digger, illustrated by Jeff Newman; and other books for children. She has worked as a Head Start teacher and a children’s librarian. She lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Eliza Wheeler is the illustrator of Tricia Springstubb’s Cody and the Fountain of Happiness and the Newbery Honor Book Doll Bones by Holly Black, among other books for young readers. Originally from northern Wisconsin, she now lives in Los Angeles.